Tunduma, Iran – Hourly table Iranian officials have called on the United Nations and other Islamic countries to take action to prevent “discrimination” in Israel from invading Palestine, while the military chief has promised that Iran will stand with the Palestinians.
Iran’s Supreme Human Rights Council – an organization headed by the Supreme National Security Council now headed by Chief Justice Ebrahim Raisi and has several ministers – has written to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to take action on “violence”. and the “cleansing of the nations” by Israel.
Sunday’s letter, seen by Al Jazeera, states that the silent, unambiguous statement was the one that provided Israel’s “defense” – as the United States has revealed – in this case. appears in Gaza they are perpetuating a war that has lasted decades.
The council called on the UN to recognize Israel’s “crimes against humanity and war”, to establish a committee to investigate the allegations, to attract the attention of all its member states, and to implement its own policies.
It also said that “the protection of the right of repatriation of all Palestinians who have fled the world and then the protection of the independence of the Palestinian people through a referendum” is the best solution.
The recent Israeli eruption on the Gaza Strip is now the seventh day in a row and has killed at least 192 people, including 58 children.
Israel has said it is defending itself against rockets fired by Hamas – which Hamas claims to have instigated an Israeli-led Israeli offensive against East Jerusalem and the destruction of the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Speaking at an emergency meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on Sunday, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called for action from 57 members.
He also called on member states to launch a “legally binding” political and political campaign against “Zionist terrorism” in some regions and countries.
He also called on the UN to urgently convene a special session of the General Assembly to resolve the issue.
UN The Security Council is calling on the Sabbath. Washington has already canceled a meeting that took place on Friday.
“We are facing a clear violation of human rights, humanitarian law and international law,” Zarif told colleagues at a rally, and called for a referendum that would include all Palestinians, including refugees and refugees.
Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan al Saud also denounced the “grave violation” of Palestinian rights at the summit, and called on other countries to take immediate action.
‘Victory Over Chain’
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani slammed the issue with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday, telling him that Iran and Turkey should unite as two key players in the region to urge the UN and OIC to fight “Zionist regime” cases.
Erdogan is said to have told him that foreign powers should provide a “strong and restrained response” and that the Islamic State should take action on the Palestinian cause.
Rouhani made the remarks during a phone call earlier this week with Qatar’s Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, who also welcomed Qatar’s efforts to curb bloodshed.
Iran’s defense chief Ali Shamkhani wrote on Sunday that the “defeat” of the US in Afghanistan, as well as in Israel against “opponents” was a signal of the failure of their policies.
“We are ready to participate with the countries of the region in ways to establish security as a tool for the development and development of their countries,” he wrote.
Meanwhile, the commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Quds Force on Saturday telephoned Ismail Haniya, Hamas chief of staff, and Ziyad al-Nakhalah, the secretary general of Islamic Jihad.
General Ismail Qaani reiterated Tehran’s support for the Palestinian people facing “Israeli” crimes and praised the “positive response of the militant forces fighting to crush the Zionist enemy”.